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that little electric dance for us? i don't know -- >> i'm not sure why we were playing eye it's electric" but you can't help but get that awful dance out of your head. anybody that has been to a wedding in the last 15 years has seen that. >> weddings, anyway, we have some corporate news to get you caught up on this morning. you're not going to believe this one. the group includes holders of more than half of the $34.6 billion of preferred sars in the company. the plan reportedly being pitched as a way to bring tens of billions of dollars of private capital back into the capital. treasury has controlled fannie and freddie, of course, for the last five years. >>> johnson & johnson agreed to what could be a $4 billion settlement over hip implants. the deal could include thousands injured. a tentative plan must win court approval. >>> starbucks will be paying kraft food nearly $278 billion after it ended the grocery deal early. it includes damages and legal fees. mondalieze will receive all proceeds from the starbucks/kraft dispute. >> it seems like a lot of money. >> and don't forget, starb
back to mom? mom and daddy. >> come here. she's like no, i don't think so. >> you've grown up, ella. >> she sure has. >> boots pumpkin head. >> they will be at the parade tomorrow and -- >> yeah. it's going to be fun. >> the weather, hoda was saying, has been really rough. at 2:00 in the morning i thought our house was going to fall in. we're on the water there and -- every flue is open. you just hear the -- >> i'm curious about the macy's thanksgiving day parade tomorrow because they are expecting some wind gusts saying 30 miles per hour. they're waiting until the last minute to find out -- >> i heard 50. >> oh. >> yeah. >> oh. >> anyway, we'll find out. they may have to -- we'll see what they do. they'll make decisions at the last minute. >> call your carrier. >> we've compiled a list, traveling today and want to know what the busy airports and rest stops. here they are. number five the fifth busiest airport today is jfk at 4:00 p.m. >> come at a quarter of. >> san francisco at 1:00 p.m. please avoid that. l.a.x. at high noon. >> yep. >> chicago o'hare at 4:00 p.m. and the atlanta
like that for the people whom you are going to benefit, actually. i don't want to knock the idea that the thing is entirely useless but the whole thing is predicated on the assumption that somehow you can get rid of illegal immigrants. and therefore, what we want to do is come up with a set of penalties and incentives which will somehow reduce the influx of new illegal immigrants and will somehow get rid of the stop of illegal immigrants. and i don't think that those are possible feasible objectives. and for the very simple reason that each time we try and do something like this, at the washington level, things really get worse for the illegal immigrants and we don't really gain anything in terms of what is commonly known as controlling our borders. and the main reason is that we have a right brain-left brain approach to illegal immigrants. the right brain says they are immigrants and therefore we should be kind to them. we should be considerate to them. but the left brain says oh but they're illegal and therefore we believe in the rule of law and therefore we should be unkind to
of the quality -- >> the worst. >> the best doctors don't go near it, is that fair? >> that's absolutely fair. >> these people are going to be ma maltreated. >> it won't collapse. you'll have expanded medicaid. a shrunken exchange that works for poor people and sicker people. it will limp along. >> bob, let me just dispose of the numbers. the numbers look disastrous. are people expecting these numbers to just continue disastro disastrous. >> the numbers have changed in terms of the number of enrollments insurance companies are getting. let me put the numbers in another context for you. 27,000 people in 36 states is 25 people per day per state. in the state of florida and the state of ohio, that's 1 person per hour per day in florida signing up for healthcare.gov. i think one of the incredible stories here that's just not being focused on and reported is how cynical this administration is to tell people to keep try g trying. goodness, they have known these numbers. they knew one person in florida or georgia was getting through and they told them to keep trying. sebelius is kind of like a bagh
anything. >> why did it have to be snakes? >> don't answer yet. >> nobody in this room, nobody in this country, believes that republicans want to fix the website. >> protected by viper, stand back. >> could you please wrap-up. >> the american people do not want to see a kangaroo court here. >> kangaroo court is quite an accusation. >> i hope the gentleman from tennessee when he uses the term kangaroo court in the future will think better of making an accusation. >> protected by viper. >> this is a pattern that has to stop. ♪ >>> good to have you with us tonight, folks. thanks for watching. you know, i learned a long time ago in this business, if you're going to have any kind of longevity at all, you've got to have two things. you've got to have a great wife and you've got to have a loyal dog. because if you're in this business long enough, you're going to say things about people at the end of the day, those are the only people that are going to be left that love you. so tonight, i'm probably going to sever a few ties with some democrats. but i think it has to be said. now, wo
's not usually just cisco. is it just cisco in this case? >> no, i don't think so. we saw some bad emerging markets news out of ibm last month. >> i thought that was ibm. didn't you? >> yeah, well, i don't know. china was a big part of that. other emerging markets were looking bad. it didn't necessarily seem like it was just an ibm issue. and i think chambers is underscoring that saying, we saw some ibm and we're going to see it from a lot more -- not everybody, but a lot more. >> we worry about revenue not growing enough. in this case, is revenue actually year over year declining? >> yeah, yeah. >> that's bad. >> analysts have been looking for an uptick of 4% in the fiscal q2, which is the quarter from a year ago. and cisco's guidance is down 8% to 10%. >> that's pretty staggering. >> because not only were the top five emerging markets down 25%, but the declines were accelerating towards the end of the quarter. so this is kind of -- >> what about the tapering? because if you think about all those emerging markets, they were impacted. >> it's the idea -- >> the concept. >> well, that was th
for other purchases with the purchase of this ipad mini. don't buy stuff you didn't need. gerri: you definitely need a shopping list. [laughter] >> absolutely, shop online if you can't enjoy yourself. gerri: thank you for coming on the show. so will consumers shop until they drop? inside into how willing people are to open their wallets. peter barnes has the latest. reporter: that's rightt a new consumer survey says that more people will spend more money on their holiday shopping this year but it might've been higher had it not been for the fiscal battles in washington, which made some shoppers cautious this holiday season. the consumer federation of america hold more than 1000 consumers for their annual holiday shopping survey. 15% said that they plan to increase holiday spending this year, a slight increase over this 12% rise last year, which was up from 8% who said they spent more in 2011. 32% say they plan to spend less this year from 30% who said that last year and they are going to spend about the same. but the survey suggested that the increase in the number of consumer spendi
of hours. turbulence and delays are going to go up. right now they don't have any delays in the airport. i think that's going to be the place that increases. all the new york city airports running just under an hour and philly has been the worse of it today. for most of the day running at about two hours. it's gone down a little bit. seeing that cloud level race just a little bit when the low clouds are there they can't get the planes off in as fast as a pattern as they generally have. they have to slow that down and that causes that pileup and delay of flights. the t. is cold. tonight those temperatures are going to be into the mid 20's. down in places like atlanta and birmingham. so very significant freeze going on. and down across even towards south florida tomorrow is only going to be into the 60's. so a very cool thanksgiving for florida. people who are head down from to try to get a little bit of a warm thanksgiving not really going to happen. still dealing with the rain across areas of the coastal areas from mid-atlantic up into boston. we will see few more bouts of heavy rain. you
the imposters of pretended patriotism. ben frankly warned us about sacrifice. i don't know if i read that in your book? >> those that would sacrifice freedom deserve none or something to that effect. >> yeah, for security. >> right. >> neither. and it's, you know, i just did an article today on they discovered, it was a very good article, i thought, in "the new york times" that the voluntary leaks of the government on august 2nd about the conversation between al-qaeda and the head of yemen was actually did more harm to national security than all of the pape ors -- you all saw that -- released by snowden, for example. but it's, again, an example of the cynical use of national security. that if the government does it, it's legitimate. and the fact is that most of the classified information shouldn't be classified, but it's routinely leaked as was the story about the success of that electronic surveillance because hay wanted to -- they wanted to show that what nsa does is necessary. so it was actually shut down, the communication. you know, the government, if they leak, it's legitimate.
to put my turkey in a thing in the yard. >> a deep fryer. >> i don't think i want that. but they've talked me into it. i had to buy a special size and i'm fearing someone is going to get hurt. >> he's trolling mika. >> is that very bad for you? >> it macs the turkey come alive. >> in peanut oil. >> why don't you eat some fourteench fries in. >> i have been talked into it. i have to bring the turkey over at 1:00. he's going to take care of it and give it back to me. >> it will taste good. >> it will? ion if my parents will like that. that's what's happening. none of are you cooking. are any of you shopping on friday? i don't understand this black friday thing. all right. i would suggest others don't as well. right? >> it can wait until saturday. >> go online or save your money. >> go online. >> okay. so we're all getting ready for the holiday. it's one of the busiest travel days of the year. of course, on coup, the amount of storm system is threatening to spoil the thanksgiving holiday. is that possible? today most of the northeast and mid-atlantic are expected to be pummelled wit
exchanges have actually followed through and selected plans. we don't know why that many people weren't able to select plans because they decided not to, too expensive or couldn't get through because of technical problems. 975,000 says the administration made it through and did not select plans and fewer than republicans responding 106,000 number is actually inflated. he says that includes the number of people who have essentially put plans into their shopping cart. and on a day on capitol hill where we were discussing obamacare throughout the day, there were plenty of references to amazon.com. >> have you ever shopped on amazon.com? >> yes, sir. >> the amazon experience, when you put something in your shopping cart, is that considered a sale? >> >> no. >> the administration says it expected these numbers would be lower and these numbers are lower than expected said the administration going into today because of the problems with healthcare.gov. back to you, neil. >> all right, rich. thank you. >>> those numbers pale in comparison to this number. more than 5 million people cancelled due to t
here. i don't see it as a burden. you got to have a huge ego to say oh, please it's a burden for you speculating on me to be the leader of the free world. that's a pretty huge ego to be complaining about that. it's complimentary and i'm flattered. >> good morning. it's thursday, november 7th. welcome to "morning joe." with us on set -- >> you introduce and i ask. >> no, no. >> i'll ask that question. >> no. >> you can take all the time you want. >> no. >> i'm going jump straight to it. chris christie, we love him. he's wallowing in this. you did this. i love that zoom in. like that 1972 candidate. >> chris christie represents all the hopes and dreams. >> just answer the question now. just shut up now. come on. >> political talk, just stop it. answer the question. answer the question, if you will. if you were managing chris christie, would you tell him to wallow in this just a little bit? >> he's not. >> i don't anybody manages chris christie. >> okay. >> but i think that to make sure that this moment is about a rise to national prominence, about a rise to winning national elections h
in pies. kind of gross to me. >> i don't believe that's what the real organization was going to be. the question is, where is the jacket? your jacket. >> over there. >> why, though? you go on for the first time in the history of show over there without a jacket and you do it without comment? >> i do it without comment. >> can you tell me, what were you thinking? >> i didn't think the jacket was looking great. >> you are so vain. you didn't think this one looked as good as your other jackets -- >> can it you, this says more about you than about andrew. >> because i'm obsessed. you are obsessive compulsive. >> the first time in two years. >> i said to myself, i don't like this jacket and then i took it off and what was the end of that. >> that's how it happened. it is big news. by far. i'll tell you, the must read, i love the headlines. my favorite thing today is the very top story, very first headline in the journal the fed released policy minutes saying they do plan to stop bond buying. >> at some point. >> you said it was qe. >> so is it possible that there was a proposal on the t
, which many men don't -- you may have chosen not to have it. now the choice is not there. but employers are dropping coverage and the numbers are as toupbgd. the white house by 2014, 76% of small employers, 55% of large employers and 63% of all employers dropping employees. >> we have the whole corporate mandate delayed a year. however, they believe people are going to start losing plans at the beginning of next year. now it is estimated 157 million health care policy holders are out there at which time they are going to begin to assess what they're better off doing. corporation are going to say what makes more financial sense for us. therefore, we're going to look at the massive shedding of corporate health care plans. if you're in competition, you're a corporation that wants top talent, you'll be able to say i'll be able to give you this, this and this. one may be a top-shelf health care plan. but if you're a company which decides the bottom line is most important which might be 80% of the country according to this study put forward by the american enterprise institute, you might be i
flier card. that's money that's being paid to you but it's not really being paid to you because you don't have freedom on how you spend it. if you add up how much it is, it's going up year to year and it will keep ongoing up as long as computers are helping with this. >> if you go online and take part in a survey, is there a place where you should not give them your name, address, what do i do? >> this is so hard. everybody wants, we are so used to the idea of bottom up action, but this really has to include a top down component or it doesn't make sense. >> it feels like that right now. >> you can't even turn on your tablet without giving away, we have given into a regime where everyone has to give up information. the moment you turn on your tablet as opposed to your old fashioned pc where you owned your data, you are entering this system. we have to change the overall systemic thing. what i always taught students is don't approach this idea logically. getting off facebook because it's bad is not necessary. be experiment tamm. >> you talked about the things that finance go in the wrong
entrances to the bridge. >> look at this team of people. >> don't worry, they did this to me one time. >> this is lovely. >> these people are going to come out and they're going to go, clear! did you finally go around? you went through the lincoln tunnel? >> no, we didn't. we went around the whole round about. >> you had to come across the bridge, though. >> we came across the bridge, yes. >> finally came across the gw. >> yes. >> in 20 years, we've never done this, i don't think. >> wow, you look good. >> this is really good. >> amazing. >> andrew probably -- how about the news except there was a big storm this morning. >> it is a bit of a mess out there. in fact, if you're planning on traveling that massive winter storm that dumped snow in the west is now pummeling the east with a lot of wet weather this morning. as you would expect, this is reeking havoc on some thanksgiving travel plans. look out if you're on your way to work this morning, it is going to be a bit of a mess. reynolds wolf will join us from the weather channel in just a moment. you look good. >>> the dow and the s&p
in after hours trading. ceo marissa mayer speaking at its salesforce.com meeting last evening. >> we don't think we're treating ours as mobile first. when you look at what's happening with the mobile trend overall in our industry, it's clear that it is a -- and you can ride it through the invention. yahoo! like many companies, has to constantly reinvent itself. the scary part about reinvention is it happens with platform shift. >> there's a little bit of financial industry news for you this morning. jpmorgan holding a conference call with analysts after yesterday's announcement with that mortgage settlement with the government. jamie dimon explaining that most of the toxic numbers were inherited. >> bear stearns, did not had not happened that way, it was a house on fire. it was imploding. we did it because we had to. we never expected this to happen. >> pete williams caught up with attorney general eric holder, talked about the government settlement. >> one of the things that we worked on through this settlement was the possibility of the criminal investigation woon would not be preclude
was 23%. now, i don't know how you define failure. park, where i held my election night celebrations, we pay $33,000 per pupil per year. 50% ofrs ago, less than the young people who graduated from asbury park high school could read at the eighth-grade level. so, somehow with the teachers union -- this is a debate about whether that is failure or not. my opponent, who was endorsed by the teachers union, said that when it was pointed out to her we have 200 failing schools in new jersey, her response was, that is not a bad percentage. they asked me for my response. my response, that sounds like someone who never sent their children to one of those schools. if you send your children to one of those schools, it is absent today -- it is an obscenity. that is my difference between the republican view of what needs to be done with education in america and the democrat view, thaters union the status quo is fine and we will get to fixing those places. if your child is in the classroom, eventually isn't good enough. >> you didn't change the economic performance much. the unemployment rate is still
pills were given to the swedish ambassador through beijing. they don't know if he got them. hopefully, they'll find out later today. >> always great to see you, bob. thanks. >>> now to the red-hot night of music. at the american music awards. big names. huge honors. performances that brought down the house. abc's cecilia vega was there for it all. ♪ ♪ carry me >> reporter: it was ladies' night at the amas. from katy perry's over-the-top show opener. to miley's closing number, complete with a lip-synching cat. ♪ i came in like a wrecking ball ♪ >> reporter: lady gaga rode in on a human-powered horse. and then performed a presidential duet with r. kelly in their on stage oval office. the big winners, taylor swift, taking home four trophies, including artist of the year. >> you got the big one. >> i didn't even think about that yet. this is just so cool. >> reporter: justin timberlake celebrated a big night with three amas, including best pop rock male artist. >> this means so much to me. thank you. >> reporter: on the red carpet, katy showed off the bling. i have to see this rin
these discrepancies and they bring up all sorts of quibbling details. the fact is they don't have answers to these largers issues which is accountability and responsibility and oversight. they have the ability to investigate. they have certified humane officers to issue citations, to make arrest, to investigate. here in los angeles, the d.a. reliance on it to pursue animal cruelty investigations, not the they just don't do these things. so this public trust in various manifestations have been enrusted to them and they aren't making use of it. >> hermella what is the viewer question? >> on twitter wants to know, does each animal have its own advocate on set and how are they held accountable? >> sag afhra productions because of this grant have these monitors on set i believe most of the time although there are holes where sometimes there are late notifications and distant notifications where different things come up where they're not there. but basically what happens is that the on-set monitor oversees the action and writes up reports on a daily basis of what they find and then send it into
here for a few hours, but we take our time. don't want to rush through. >> how are the deals? >> fantastic. everything is at least 50% off. >> really? >> yeah. >> analysts are saying some may spend more. will you spend the same or less? >> it depends on the person, but i already spent more than last year. it's good. >> how long will you go at it today? >> we are about halfway through the circle. i will have to hit a couple stores again we have been comparing. >> anything for an older reporter-type guy? >> a leather jacket. you can do that. kind of hip. >> thank you. i won't hold you up. i know you have been waiting for a while. they missed a sale at a really high end retailer here. i will get your credit card number afterwards. >> fabulous. >> excellent. thank you so much. have fun, ladies. >> older reporters. don't sell yourself short. thank you so much. the activist groups are wal-mart plans to use this to protest in support over big box store workers. 50 demonstrations are planned across the country. we will dig into a little more what these activists want. we will have an
an alligator in illinois. >>> our second gator story starts with a warning. don't try this at home. >> why would you try this at home. next time you come face to face with a 12 foot alligator, don't feed it with your mouth. the guy pulling this stunt has experience with gators. as we said, don't try this at home ever even if you are a stunt man. >> i tried that stunt more or less with like french fries and stuff with my dog all the time. it's a great effect. he'd gently bite half of it and pull it away. he's not a gator. >> not an alligator. >> not good. >> not by any degree. >> coming up, when a word not suitable for television winds up on live television, find out who's the latest to drop the "f" bomb. >> the defiant mayor from toronto who admitted to smoking crack, is he any closer to giving up his office or admitting there's a problem. ♪ and i won't back down >> announcer: "world news now" weather brought to you by united health care. g plans. so when i found out medicare doesn't pay all my medical expenses, i looked at my options. then i got a medicare supplement insurance plan. [ m
that you internalize. we're not here to score political points. i don't care about the next election, i care about solving the problems. most people are saying right now fix the thing, which is what you're saying, right? hickey, who has no jersey connection, i'm sorry, sir. you do. you are well down the field. you are a functioning exchange. and mr.d mr. greenblatt allen's problems. could you please tell us what the future could look like for them and how to solve their very real problems? >> number one, put together and exchange board that is from both sides of the aisle, but, as you say, they care about the people of new jersey. our board -- >> i'm sorry to interrupt you. our governor is very quiet and soft-spoken. he did not participate in the exchanges. we have one of the best local insurance waste knowledge there is and we didn't engage in that. we are way behind you in kentucky. please continue. >> that board being made up of people, even though they were vitriolic against the aca. once they got on the board, they said we have an obligation, a fiduciary to the to the people of new
to hear from david, that there is nothing pertinent that would make it so this seems wrong. i don't think it is right. >> david, you do know mcmillon well. what can you tell us? >> i spent a good amount of time doing our last document on walmart, which has to be about five years ago. then, there was a lot of speculation he would be the next ceo. i remember distinctly discussing it with him. it did make air on the documentary, that idea. he was running international. we spent a couple of days together in china. certainly, well-schooled in international, had run, i believe, cosco prior tco, prior. >> you mean sam's club? >> sam's club, excuse me. >> i know you are on vacation. i have to keep you in line. >> one day of opening boxes. sam's club's, thank you, carl. again, he has been discussed as a ceo even back then, even though he was in his early 40s at the time. i believe now 47. still, clearly a lot of runway ahead of him. somebody who would do a move anywhere for the company and do what was asked of him. we had a fairly frank discussion about that. certainly, somebody who was like a lot
,000 points away from the all-time high, correct? i don't think sheila can hear us. the point being, an interesting take in the wall street journal today as well. is it really just the point level that matters or do you have to take into account, stock, the fact we've had consumer price inflation? the fact the total return for the markets including dividends. a lot of these benchmarks, it's one thing to look at round numbers. another to explore what it really means. sheila, can you hear us now? >> it's a big day here at the nasdaq. we're crossing that 4,000 mark for the first time since september 2000. it's not the highest the nas das has ever been. that was in march 2000 when the nasdaq hit 5408. we're a little way as way from a record high but, nonetheless, a big psychological barrier. there were a few notable losers left behind in today's rally. qualcomm, one of the biggest losers on the index today after china is investigating one of its business unit. ebay taking a hit after comments on monday. talk about the social media, internet 2.0 names like facebook, pandora, yelp, linked
. >> is this now the biggest social media meets commercial saying day that america has? >> yes, but also don't forget about cyber monday. a lot of people, if these companies are playing on platforms, they are very much focussed on cyber monday. a lot of bricks and mortar stores are growing business. walmart and target and costco are paying attention and trying to grow the cyber business, cyber monday is becoming a very real player in this whole equation of a weekend, as well. >> how do you think companies in america, generally, the bigger ones are dealing with this new emerging super power of social media? >> it's funny. i've been paying attention. this new book i wrote is focused on this. you look at macy's, i was looking yesterday. i'm so impressed how they are focused on printerest and instagram and best buy and sears, it's an utter disaster. they are not focussing on it. sears or best buy, i can't remember, posted their tv commercial as a facebook post. nobody is on facebook to watch your 30-second tv commercial. >> there is an interesting story this week involving gap using twitter. >>
's about pe equality and reproductive freedom. if you allow employers to refuse to cover things they don'tlike, that would open the door to almost anything. diana of colorado says four profit corporations don't have religious rights. the law exempts religious groups and organizations from the same requirements, but businesses are different. >> these are for profit organizations. they should have to give health insurance for health employee's health care concerns not the employer's judgment. >> they're going to provide birth control pills but those those contraceptives like the morning after pill. all this comes as many americans are feeling forced into this law. now religious employers say the law is forcing them to violate their deeply held believes. jeff and norah. >> thank you. >>> police in moscow say a road found homemade bombs and other weapons inside the apartment. officers i did taned more than a dozen members of the illegal islamist organization. the winter olympics in sochi starts in three months. the people belong to a militant group that was banned months ago. >>> house price
that people have been fretting about. consider the lower price of gasoline a tax cut. we don't talk about it enough. well can't pin it down directly to what people spend. but we know gasoline has to help, right, because it's all about disposable income. if $1 goes to opec and the other dollar goes to macy's. i think it's one for one in terms of the spending department. # bulls don't want oil to go too much lower because then you would see the whole oil and gas patch get hammered. we can't lose that cohort. it's too hasn't. still, it's huge to see gasoline at a two-year low as it was today. fourth, we're getting a better yield curve. oh, there's some gibberish, right? major positive, though. what does it mean? take the average rate on a five-year certificate of deposit. which according to rate watch is right now 0.82%. do you know that's the same it's been for ages? but the five-year treasury is now at 1.4%. so you subtract the 0.85 from the 1.4 and realize you have a huge net interest margin for the banks. every time they issue these crowd-pleasing cds and use the money to buy treasuries.
, of the fastest-growing new car segments this hour. we will get behind the 2015. cheryl: don't look now but there are only 41 days left until christmas. tens of millions of americans expected to travel this holiday season, surely shares her tip to help you avoid stress and save money to big city troops. >> going to the floor of the stock exchange, a stop drinking out conditions that if they close in the red will be the first day losing streak this mon numbers are not strong, in the green. and it is up 1.3%. the astronomer, the nasdaq index and the with the arrows, dow jones industrials down 15,749, the and the attendant to the green up 1/4% and the nasdaq 1/2%, there were concerns abroad particularly from china and we are focusing on janet yellen, that will be later tomorrow and let's look at macy's up 9.5%, as they own bloomingdale's coming in with a good profit after last quarter. lori: the deputy chief information officer testifying before congress the administration underestimated the volume of users. rich: the hearing is now, the administration saying anywhere between 20-25,000 use
that president clinton just said this last week. if we don't want a divided washington, then we have to vote as much in off year elections and for our state legislatures as we do in presidential as long as state legislatures are in control of insurance companies and people who build prisons and the people in there that don't deserve to be in prison and then they redistrict in order to keep that control permanent. that is why the house representatives is what it is and the senate is not. you cannot redistrict whole state. so, our response has to be organizing and knowing the state legislators. most americans don't know who their state legislators are. there is an anti- choice, right-wing majority that is able to do this state a state. about the much backlash against the changes in this country. that whitery clear women are not having enough children. why the issue -- the issues go together. the anti-immigration, anti-birth control, anti-abortion, and so on. we have to take back our state legislature. >> citing the example of working moms versus stay-at-home moms, a questioner asked what are y
. >> reporter: even some of the president's closest allies don't think it's enough. >> it's disappointing to me that iran is still going to be allowed to enrich while they're talking. >> we just feel more pressure needs to be brought on iran. >> we have all the leverage in the negotiation and we've let them out of the trap. >> reporter: it took a year of secret meetings to get this far. president obama insists this framework will lead to a more comprehensive agreement in six months. tracie potts, nbc news, washington. >>> our chief international correspondent will join us with more on this story in just about 30 minutes. then we'll be talking oil with an energy policy analyst as well. brian, i'll send it over to you. >> becky, thank you very much. it is a big morning here. while we get a check on the broader markets because we have a global melt up. futures indicating a higher open for futures stocks. andrew told you at the top we're on a lucky seven week streak. everything in europe is higher. all the major indexes are on the rise led by germany which is up just under 1%. japan continues to ro
react to it? >> i think we'll see more of what we have been seeing, sort of to david's point. i don't think she'll say anything different than chairman bernanke. you'll see the market butt its head up to the 1775 level in the s&p, probably inch its way higher and eventually over 1800. she's not going to break away from anything that ben bernanke has said. it's going to keep loose money, higher markets. that's going to be the trade. >> i mean, the talk was maybe she'd be pretty dovish with her testimony here, but we'll have to wait and see. the key will be the q&a, what comes out from the members of the senate banking committee when they start questioning her about various issues she'll to have confront at some point. rob, what do you make of this market right now? i was talking to grasso earlier about this. we kept thinking as the interest rate rose, the ten-year note would go up and up and up, after it got to a certain point, stocks would start to sell off. ten-year keeps going higher. no sell-off. what do you think is going on? >> i think, you know, i think we're still seeing, act
where the guidance is cut and the guy comes on air and says it is fantastic and i'm surprised they don't issue an apology for their actions. there are days when most stocks go up. still, the overall direction of a happy bull market is higher, and that's where the minister's forgotten and i want to remember brilliant max that happy bulls are all of the same the next time you think that's it. nothing's working and it's getting crushed. it's just resting or falling victim to profit taking until it makes its next move. that's where you should look today and certainly after a day like tomorrow. >> carl in ohio. >> jim! long-term financial advice from you. >> sure. >> i'm wondering about a stock to put in my wife's ira. ryan air, i like the dividend and the metrics. >> i like plum creek timber a little more, but this is one of those things where it's a six or half dozen and i think plum creek is every bit as good as ryan air. can i go to chuck in california, please? chuck? >> do you think it is a good time to buy or sell yahoo? yahoo is doing a buyback. is it a good thing for the stock broke
>>> temperatures in the 20s. it is bone-chilling cold outside. don't expect to warm up much today. >>> you will feel it as soon as you step outside. it's not just the temps. that wind is making it feel a lot colder than it really is. get ready to bundle up. it will be a fun ride, folks. i'm angie goff. thanks for joining us today. >>> i'm richard jordan. we are not used to these kind of cold temperatures. but our forecast team has been expecting this. and it is here. >>> lake-effect snow? pennsylvania created slick roads and contributed to a number of accidents. many roads had to actually be shut down. >>> a little snow spotted here overnight, too. let's check in with meteorologist chuck bell. >> we were chitchatting before the show and both saw conversationial snow flakes around the area last night. it's indicative of how much cold air has arrived and it's here to stay, everybody. temperatures not just into the upper 20s, but low 20s. the wind, oh, is it windy outside. winds are gusting to around 30 miles an hour across the region. close to a 40-mile-per-hour gust at andrews air
program, that there have been secret why facilities. that's why we don't take anythig at face value. >> reporter: this deal is a a confidence building measure.uilding it buys time to broker a more complete agreement that addresses things like destroyingtroying all of iran's nuclear fuel and and giving access to all facilities. basically the hard part is just beginning. >> margaret, thank you.u. house republican leader eric sponsible cantor the man for bringing additional sanctions in the the e. house calls this a mistake. he's in richmond virginia. we have a conversation you'll see only on "cbs this morning." good morning. >> charlie, good morning. >> you heard the secretary of state say this is good because it expands the time iran has the have capaci capacity to make a nuclear weapon.e there's more inspection and some enrichment is to 20% will have to be changed.o why isn't that a good deal to why freeze things and delay? charli >> charlie, i think this deal im with iran is in fact dangerous. it is a deal which brings iran closer to becoming a nuclear nego power.
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at america's airports. millions hoping their holiday flights don't end up delayed. abc's ron claiborne is in new york's laguardia airport with a look at how they're doing. ron? >> reporter: george, things are actually going pretty well, surprisingly well. there were predictions of all kinds of chaos at airports on top of a traditional crush of travelers, weather-related chaos, but those dire warnings appear to have spooked a lot of people into leaving early. in charlotte, north carolina overnight, the line outside the main terminal may have seemed interminable. in new york's penn station the concourses were packed with crowds of people trying to avoid the predicted chaos at the airport. for the most part, travel on this day before thanksgiving wasn't so bad. one reason, it seems days of warnings of an apocalyptic airport mess persuaded many people to depart yesterday. >> the airlines offered passengers the opportunity to move their flights up a day, so we did a couple thousand extra passengers at each checkpoint yesterday to make today a little bit easier. >> reporter: of course, there
described to be in their 20s, they don't know the relationship at this time, whether it's family members or husband and wife. now, i've got a chance to talk to the lieutenant on the scene. here is what he had to say about the shooting. >> he said it was random and unusual for somebody to get shot on their front porch randomly. >> well let's say this. i mean it's very early in the morning, it's 4:00, these individuals obviously are celebrating thanksgiving a little early. they are out on their porch. based on the information that i have, it doesn't appear that the victims and the suspects knew each other. >> at this point there's not a lot of description on the suspects. they believe one person took off by car, another on foot. and that's the very latest, on the scene and i'll have updates throughout the morning. for now reporting from san jose, will tran, kron4 news. >>> san jose state university taking some heat for the way its been dealing with the alleged forment of a black student earlier this month, but an in depth study shows students of color have actually dealt with similar incid
. to think they all made it alive. >> you don't hear any swearing on the tape. >> which is shocking. >> one guy says when asked what happened, he said i literally got hit by a moving plane. >> i think that's why we do have a happy ending and survivors able to tell the tale this morning. >> we'll be talking to them later in the show. let us begin on a tuesday morning breaking news in new jersey. a late night shooting in a popular mall that led to a chaotic scene ron, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning to you, matt. yes, it's been an absolutely terrifying night out here. there were thousands of people in the mall behind me when a gunman opened fire. at 3:20 in the morning, police found the body of a gunman in a difficult part of the mall to reach. he had a self-inflicted gun shot wound in his head. >> new jersey's garden state mall is a suburban shopper's paradise, more than 300 stores, household names. 300 stores, household names. last night hundreds of police responded to the nightmarish 911 report of a gunman stalking the mall and opening fire. >> we heard shots and we thought
new level. >> what will we do to top that off? >> don't even ask. >>> also ahead this morning, the olympic torch has traveled to a place where it's never been before. we are talking space. back on the ground, will sochi be ready in just 91 days? there are concerns from terrorism to the weather. the president of the organizing committee is here with a progress report. we will talk to him. >>> we want to get to the today's top story, twitter, the site has changed the world, but should you stop tweeting long enough to buy? carl is live in our room. good morning to you. >> reporter: from wall street, twitter is going public. they priced at $26 a share. with all those problems facebook went through when they went public last year, can the company with that little blue bird make some green? hashtag ipo, today's opening bell kicks off one of wall street's most anticipated days of the year. social media giant twitter goes public. >> the twitter ipo is a central moment in their history. it's such a significant platform for so many people around the world. >> reporter: with 230 million
is collapsing. now, do you think i'm coming on too strong with this? >> oh, no, i don't. i think you're absolutely right and this is something we knew would happen when the big day came, you know, october 1st for this rollout. we knew there were problems and we felt for a long time it would collapse under its own weight. stuart: congressman, we thank you for joining us, it's going to be a busy day for you, sir, and appreciate you being with us. >> glad to be with you. stuart: the president stated many times how helpful obamacare would be to small business and said it on the website. quoting directly, the affordable care act makes it easier for businesses to build on the marketplace. and stops insurance companies from taking advantage of you. oh, let's bring in mary kissel on the wall street journal editorial board and show has numbers for us about the responses from small business to this ad for obamacare. >> good morning, stuart. we had an editorial in the paper this morning that talks about a public opinion strategy survey of about 400 business owners. and these are small business
,000. there is also a lot of information missing we don't know how many applications have gone through two insurance companies who need to issue those plans or who has paid for those plans they have until december december 15th we don't know of the young healthy people are signing up republicans say they are inflated if you think of amazon.com you can put items in your shopping cart you don't have to buy them and republicans are contested that this shows the when i did 6,000 is the people who put plans in their shopping cart the administration has not broken down asking whether it would get us a breakdown for accurate numbers of whi take more time to calculate. so that first bit of numbers is disappointing on the federal level but what they have been saying over the last couple of weeks that the administration has said they have the web site problems have been lowering expectations saying that the web site problems are to blame. when you consider 27 million visitors the 26,000 is that because of the technical problem or because it costs too much? we don't know that. gerri: something that mystified m
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